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Date：Jan. 4, 2011 Category：Companies
Israel's Koor Industries has reached a strategic cooperation agreement with China National Chemical Corp. or ChemChina for a merger with its subsidiary Makhtesh...
Chongqing Huapont Pharm and Shenzhen Noposion Agrochemicals each plan to inject 41.6 million yuan into Jiangxi HEYI Chemical, reports Shanghai Securities News, ...
Date：Dec. 27, 2010 Category：Markets
The staff at Agropages wish you and your family a restful holiday season and a safe and productive new year. The Agropages' news will resume on Tuesday 4 Januar...
Date：Dec. 24, 2010 Category：Markets
California’s Sixth Appellate District Court says an organic grower can sue for pesticide drift.
Listed Chemrez Technologies, Inc. and Dole Asia Ltd. have expressed interest in a newly developed organic control for crown rot, a disease found in bananas.
Ghana, the world’s second biggest cocoa producer, increased its projected harvest for the 2010-11 season by 14 percent to 800,000 metric tons, said Tony Fofie,...
Date：Dec. 23, 2010 Category：Regulations
THE Federal High Court sitting in Kano has adjourned further hearing in the case of illegal importation, circulation and distribution of cloned RAMBO insecticid...
Date：Dec. 23, 2010 Category：Companies
Recognising the fundamental research work from the Plant Sciences Group of Wageningen UR (University & Research centre) and the applied capabilities from Biogem...
Date：Dec. 23, 2010 Category：Markets
The Indian pesticide industry has opposed listing of endosulfan as a ‘Persistent Organic Pollutant' (POP) under the Stockholm Convention, suggesting that the p...
The Board of Directors of Monsanto Company announced that Pierre Courduroux, 45, will be appointed as the company's new Senior Vice President and Chief Financia...
Bayer CropScience LP announced that the claims by some environmental groups against one of its products are incorrect and unwarranted with regard to honey bee c...
Tags:Environment & Health
Date：Dec. 23, 2010 Category：Products
The development of weed biotypes that are resistant to commonly used control measures is becoming an increasingly significant problem in California and around t...
Date：Dec. 22, 2010 Category：Companies
Sumitomo Chemical, which has a sales goal of 270 bn yen ($3.2 bn) in fiscal 2012 for its business in agricultural chemicals, up from 210 bn yen in fiscal 2009, ...
Date：Dec. 22, 2010 Category：Regulations
The German government has banned the cultivation of genetically modified (GM) corn, calling it "a danger to the environment."
Bayer CropScience announced the acquisition of the wheat breeding programs from two Ukrainian breeding companies, SORT and EUROSORT, based in Mironivka close to...
Date：Dec. 22, 2010 Category：Products
Mycogen Seeds is launching an additional nine soybean lines for the 2011 growing season. These new products all contain the Roundup Ready 2 Yield trait and are ...
Date：Dec. 21, 2010 Category：Markets
In “CAC INDIA SUMMIT 2010” there were few selected presentations from key experienced speakers from the industry from India, China and U.K. who had experience...
Date：Dec. 21, 2010 Category：Products
American Vanguard Corporation (NYSE:AVD) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Amvac Chemical Corporation, has completed the acquisition of a global produ...
Date：Dec. 21, 2010 Category：Companies
Novozymes, Copenhagen, Denmark, today announced the acquisition of EMD/Merck Crop BioScience from Merck KGaA. With its third acquisition in the agricultural bio...
Brazil’s Vale SA is the world’s leading miner of iron ore and wants to become the world’s leading producer of fertilizer.
Date：Dec. 21, 2010 Category：Regulations
Chemical maker DuPont will pay a $15,600 penalty for violating federal rules about authorization for repackaging herbicide in Missouri.
Vivando fungicide from BASF Crop Protection has received full registration from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the California Board of Pesticide R...
West African farmers have succeeded in cutting the use of toxic pesticides, increasing yields and incomes and diversifying farming systems as a result of an int...
Date：Dec. 21, 2010 Category：Science&Research
Certain bacterial diseases in corn and dry edible beans have re-emerged in recent years, sending University of Nebraska–Lincoln scientists in search of new sol...
Date：Dec. 20, 2010 Category：Markets
A devastating soybean disease is slowly spreading throughout Brazil. It is call mad soybean or soja louca disease. Plants never mature to produce seeds and simp...
Date：Dec. 20, 2010 Category：Companies
United Phosphorus Limited (UPL) announced it has acquired RiceCo LLC, USA along with its subsidiaries and certain Assets of the International business of its Af...
Looking to expand its presence in the crop protection products space in the Indian market, Japan's Sumitomo Chemical Company said it will acquire Mumbai-based a...
Date：Dec. 20, 2010 Category：Regulations
The Center For Biological Diversity this week announced it is filing suit to force federal officials to devise regulations for 64 pesticides that the U.S. Envir...
Date：Dec. 17, 2010 Category：Viewpoint & Interview
Incorporated in 1999, Qingdao Hailir Pesticides and Chemicals Group is a government appointed enterprise engaging in manufacturing, researching and marketing of...
Date：Dec. 17, 2010 Category：Companies
The irrational expansion of glyphosate has eventually hurt the Chinese producers.